David Morrison of the Columbia Tribune and Bob Nightengale of USA Today.
The Centralia Orphans won the National honor after voting concluded Wednesday afternoon in a USA Today sponsored competition.
Southern Illinois high school hopes to be picked “Most Unique Mascot in America.”
The Clydesdales pick up another Super Bowl win! Watch all the ads on the USA Today site. Doug @KMOXTIAMDoug
“It would be high in sugar and carbohydrates but it’s not going to be high in protein fat,” a SLU nutritionist says.
USA Today’s Bob Nightengale joined Scott Warmann and Mike Claiborne to talk about the passing of MLBPA icon Marvin Miller and the Winter Meeting coming up this weekend in Nashville. Scott and Mike were joined […]
People Magazine Editor Kristen Mascia joined us to talk about the naked and famous. Musician Rick Springfield dropped by to talk about his brand new album “Songs for the End of the World”. Jennifer Schulz […]
KMOX and St. Louis Post Dispatch Rams insider joined Kevin Wheeler to talk about the tie between the 49ers and Rams, the blown opportunities by the Rams, and the suspensions handed out before the game […]
Bob Nightengale of USA Today joined Chris Kerber and Scott Warmann to talk about MLB free agency, who are on the Cardinals radar, and what does Josh Hamilton and Zach Grienke get in this market?
Charlie talks with USA Today’s Kitty Yancey about why you shouldn’t tip restaurant servers on your credit card; with Heather MacDonals of the Manhattan Institute about the controversial “Stop and Frisk”; and asks, “Why don’t kids take advantage of school lunch programs?”